What are you going to do
Get picked up by a comfortable bus and head toward the famous Passeig de Gràcia where you will be able to discover some of the great architect Antoni Gaudi’s artworks like Casa BatlLo and La Casa Mila Buildings.
You will then move to the sea and pass by the Arc of the Triomf, Ciudadela Park, the Olympic Village, the Olympic Port, the beach and the fisherman’s quarter, called Barceloneta, the Port Vell, and Plaza de Colon with its famous Columbus monument.
After that, you will go through the Ramblas avenue, make a short stop at the Olympic Stadium Lluis Companys, then visit the Montjuïc Castle where you will be able to enjoy a cable car ride with precious views of the city and pass through some sports facilities like the Palau Sant Jordi, the Olympic swimming pool Picornell.
You will get then to the Spanish Village and admire a collection of traditional buildings from all over Spain before driving back to the city center passing by the Venetian Towers, the Montjuïc fountains, the MNAC and the shopping mall Las Arenas, rebuilt over the ancient bull ring.
Once you reach the Plaza de Catalunya, you will get a small guided walking tour among the old giant landmarks walking through the Gothic quarter, the Cathedral Square, and Plaza Sant Jaume before having a quick break for lunch.
Head then toward the 1,236-meter-long mountain of Montserrat, where you can see the wonderful views of the multi-peaked rocky range.
Once you arrive, you will take the air-conditioned and wheelchair-friendly cogwheel train through the rack railway and enjoy a 15-minute trip among the spectacular panoramic views of the mountain until you reach the middle of the Montserrat Monastery.
You will be able then to visit the Royal Basilica and abbey of Montserrat, which holds the famous 12th-century Romanesque carving of Verge Moreneta (the Black Madonna) and the Benedict sanctuary of Montserrat which provides a mystical backdrop of the Virgin of Montserrat, the patron saint of Catalonia.
Furthermore, you will be able to enter the audiovisual exhibition about the history and creation of Montserrat, taste some authentic typical liquors made by the monks of the monastery, and see the Escolanía of Montserrat, one of the oldest boys’ choirs in Europe.
Select any of the available dates
Entrance fee to Spanish Village
Montjuïc cable car ride
3 liquor tastings
Entrance to the audiovisual exhibition
Food and drinks
Entrance to the Gothic Cathedral
Additional info :
The cable car will not be available From the end of January till the beginning of March due to maintenance tasks
When not available, the cable car service will be replaced by a tapas tasting at the Spanish Village
Access to religious sites requires appropriate dressing
Comfortable shoes and clothes are recommended
Confirmation type :
The booking is available after 3:Days minutes of purchase.
Carrer de Balmes nº 5
Cancellation policy :
If you cancel up to 24 hours before the scheduled tour: full refund
If you cancel within 24 hours before the scheduled tour or no-show: No refund
- Children aged between 0 and 3 years: Free
- Children aged between 4 and 12 years have a reduced rates